• Acreknowe practice trenches

    Continuing their super drone images of Stobs Camp we are delighted to share Border Archaeology’s new short film of the practice trenches near to Acreknowe reservoir. It reveals a series of trenches believed to have been dug by British […]

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  • Translations of Stobsiade

    We are delighted to announce that translations of “Stobsiade”, the Stobs Camp newspaper published by the civilian internees and later by the prisoners during the First World War, are now available to view on a […]

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  • Upcoming talks in 2019

    The Stobs Camp Project is out on the road again soon. Here are our upcoming talks: – March 22-23, 2019 – Legacies of the First World War – Birmingham Festival March 28-30, 2019 – Knockaloe, […]

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  • Parchmarks

    Parchmarks

    The hot and dry weather experienced in July 2018 revealed many of the paths and building foundations in the First World War PoW camp. These parchmarks are caused by the thin layers of vegetation that cover the stone […]

     
  • Aerial video - new

    Aerial video – new

    Following on from their super drone images of Stobs Camp in 2016 Border Archaeology have re-edited their film of the PoW camp. It reveals the beautiful scenery around Stobs but also reminds us how isolated and exposed the camp was. With special […]

     
  • Aerial video

    Aerial video

    Following on from their super aerial images of Stobs Camp Border Archaeology returned and flew a drone over the site and captured this footage of the PoW Camp. It reveals the beautiful scenery around Stobs but also reminds us how isolated and […]